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Selection Sunday is this coming Sunday. The selection committee will choose the 37 at-large teams to go along with the 31 automatic bids to fill the 68 team NCAA Tournament field.

Once the bracket is set, you'll know exactly when and where a team is playing their first (and hopefully second) round game. You can buy tickets in all day sessions or two game sessions. There are 8 sites for the opening weekends, four for regional finals, and Atlanta is hosting the Final Four and Championship game. 

To buy tickets, click here

To see the sites and dates, look below: 

First Round
March 19-20
UD Arena (Dayton, Ohio)

Second-Third Rounds
March 21, 23
The Palace of Auburn Hills (Auburn Hills, Mich.)
Rupp Arena (Lexington, Ky.)
EnergySolutions Arena (Salt Lake City, Utah)
HP Pavilion (San Jose, Calif.)

March 22, 24
Frank Erwin Center (Austin, Texas)
UD Arena (Dayton, Ohio)
Sprint Center (Kansas City, Mo.)
Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)

East Regional
March 28, 30
Verizon Center (Washington, D.C.)

West Regional
March 28, 30
Staples Center (Los Angeles)

Midwest Regional
March 29, 31
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis)

South Regional
March 29, 31
Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas)

National Semifinals
April 6
Georgia Dome (Atlanta)

Championship Game
April 8
Georgia Dome (Atlanta)

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